2016 National Dropout Prevention Network Conference
Posted by National Dropout Prevention Network on July 11, 2016
The National Dropout Prevention Network (NDPN), in partnership with The Ford Motor Company Fund, Michigan Department of Education, Michigan Association for Community and Adult Education, Michigan Alternative Education Organization, Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals, Michigan Association of School Administrators, Michigan Association of School Boards, Michigan’s Children, National Alternative Education Association, Detroit Public Schools, Great Lakes Comprehensive Center, Hazel Park Schools, Special Olympics Michigan and the Oakland Opportunity Center would like to invite you to register to attend the 2016 National Dropout Prevention Network Conference, Powering The Students’ Education Agenda. We are delighted that the Ford Motor Company Fund is the major sponsor of our conference. This year’s conference is designed to sharpen the focus on student voice and provide tools resulting in student engagement. The conference program will focus on the areas of parent and family engagement; school climate and culture; partnerships for student engagement; teaching and learning strategies focused on student engagement and personalized learning; utilizing technology to reach students, student engagement across the curriculum, grade levels and out-of-school programs; student engagement research and data analysis; school and community support systems for students, leadership and policy supports for student engagement; and life skills, transitions, and personal development.
- Call for Proposals: Global Citizenship: Acknowledging Interconnectedness and Cultivating Social Justice – Dec 31
- 2021 Virtual IMPACT Conference – Mar 4-6
- Request for Proposals: Anti-Racist Community Engagement Virtual Conference – Dec 14
Stay Current in Philly's Higher Education and Nonprofit Sector
We compile a weekly email with local events, resources, national conferences, calls for proposals, grant, volunteer and job opportunities in the higher education and nonprofit sectors.